|Airline name||Flight No.||ORIGIN||ETA||Status|
|African Express Airways||XU803||Jomo Kenyatta Int'l Airport||17:03||Landed|
|Ethiopian Airlines||ET334||Addis Ababa Bole||17:55||Landed|
|Jambojet Limited||JM8524||Jomo Kenyatta Int'l Airport||18:56||Landed|
|Airline name||Flight No.||Destination||ETD||Status|
|Fly SAX||B5 0830||Jomo Kenyatta Int'l Airport||17:06||On Schedule|
|Kenya Airways||KQ 415||Jomo Kenyatta Int'l Airport||17:15||On Schedule|
|African Express Airways||XU 804||Jomo Kenyatta Int'l Airport||17:36||On Schedule|
|DHL-Courier||AKS415||Jomo Kenyatta Int'l Airport||18:18||On Schedule|
Frequently Asked Questions
Get answers to our most commonly asked questions about aviation in Uganda. Please check this guide before contacting us.
The authorization granted by the CAA for the time table (Schedules) of airlines for the operation their operations into/out of Uganda.
Operators wishing to conduct Six (6) or more non-scheduled flights in one season (06 Month period) is required to be certificated as per the Foreign Air Operator Certification procedure similar to scheduled flights.
An Air Services agreement usually covers only scheduled international air services, but a few also regulate non – scheduled International air Services.
This is a legal Certificate the Authority issues in terms of the Air Navigation Act and regulations made there under by the Director General of Civil Aviation to a prospective applicant who meets the necessary criteria for carrying on the business of air transportation in Uganda.
Yes. You can only in the cargo hold and you are required to obtain a written approval from CAA.
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